The Password Game is a challenging set of rules and challenges that will constantly test you in various ways as you make the most complicated password in existence. Early on in your “journey,” you will be given a task to have Roman numerals that multiply to 35. This is Rule 9 and for those not familiar with Roman numerals, that can be a challenge. Here is how to do it.
How to do Rule 9 in The Password Game
If you are unfamiliar with Roman numerals, they are another way to mark numbers you already know. In The Password Game’s Rule 9, you need to do simple math while putting in two numbers. You should put V and VII at two different points in your password. These numbers are 5 and 7, which, when multiplied together, equal 35.
To get this problem to go through, you will need to separate the Roman numerals. We like to put the V after the chosen month and then the VII after the sponsor brand. Also, be sure you capitalize them, as the game will recognize them when they are lowercase.
To our knowledge, no later rules will interfere with your Roman numerals. We have not beaten the game, so we can’t say for sure. When adding more to your password, just make sure that you don’t split up the VII and don’t put any other capital letters near them.
The Password Game is filled with obscure rules and challenges, so requiring Roman numerals is pretty brilliant. We will update this article if we ever find future situations that could lead to the above solution needing to be changed. We doubt that will be the case, as there shouldn’t be any situations that have you adding more Roman numerals that interfere with the “multiply to 35” rule.